Tuesday, January 31, 2017

The Abingdon Co. Celebrates its 10th Anniversary

The Abingdon Co., the United States based watchmaker that introduced the first aviation/traveler watch made exclusively for women, is celebrating its 10th anniversary in 2017.

What began as an answer to an industry dominated by men, Chelsea Abingdon Welch created the first female pilot watch designed by aviatrices and launched Abingdon Watches on November 3, 2007. Now, celebrating its 10th year as a premium woman's watch, The Abingdon Co. company has expanded its products to provide durable and fashionable timepieces for women in scuba diving, travel, military, law enforcement, tactical, automotive, and the outdoors industries.
Amelia
Beginning February 3, 2017, The Abingdon Co. will announce a new promotion for the full month along with the story of the first year of business for the company. March 3, 2017 will cover the second year of business for The Abingdon Co. and will feature the next promotion.  April 3, 2017 will cover the second year of business for The Abingdon Co. and will feature the next promotion. 
Elise
With a full year of celebration, November 3, 2017 will culminate the 10th year anniversary with a very special announcement.  The focus of each month's announcement will highlight the company's core values: Female Empowerment, Quality Products, and Customer Service.
Jackie
2017 is gearing up to be the company's biggest year yet. With 27 trade shows scheduled, and new retailers signing up to carry the line, Welch expects to double its best year in revenue.
Marina
With the expected growth, new styles for the tactical and dive industries can be put into production and new Crew Members can be brought on to help service current and past customers.
Katherine
The Abingdon Co produces high-end watches that marry function and fashion for women for an affordable price. Currently the brand offers five watch models: Amelia, Jackie, Marina, Katherine, and Elise.

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